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BULGARIA RITUAL DEL KUKERI PARA FERTILIDAD Y RIQUEZA DE LA COMUNIDAD

Kukeri Folk mask, Bulgaria fur, fabric with ribbons, beads, metal and sequins…

cardboarders.com workshop WDKA

PLANE- Made by a group of illustration students (could not fine anymore info on artists)- Cardboard Mask/Body Suit- Sep 25

Paper magic / benja

Paperform was one of eight international paper creatives invited to submit an initial design for the 2012 Second SKIN mask contest launched by Arjowiggins Creative Papers, based in France. Here is my entry >> Title: FUTURE // PAST

Turkish-Retro STYLE TÜRK ONGUNU "BAYBARS & KAM"

Shaman Makeup and costuming. Note the use of feathers, furs and the animal headpiece.

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'She Loves You, Yeah Yeah Yeah', Photography by Marplondon

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Wilder Mann photographer Charles Fréger book explores ancient traditions of…

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Swiss photographer Marie Rime is known for her creative portraits that incorporate costumes made from everyday objects. In her Masques series, Marie uses pieces from board games and puzzles to.

Africa | Kuosi Society ensemble from the Bamileke people of Cameroon | Fabric, glass beads, parrot feathers

Kuosi Society ensemble (Bamileke, Cameroon) Fabric, beads, parrot feathers, 48 in

Good discussion on voodoo religion among Egungun in Benin.

Africa An Egungun during the Voodoo ceremony in Benin. Voodoo is an official religion in Benin and means spirit or deity. It origin is from Benin, but is an indigenous organised religion of coastal West Africa, from Togo to Benin.

Ouidah, Benin, voodoo ceremony - Egungun spirits

Ouidah, Benin, voodoo ceremony - Egungun spirits How do they walk in that crazy get up?

Kukeri (búlgaro: кукери; singular: kuker, кукер) - ritual tradicional búlgaro

'Kukeri' dancers (Bulgarian mummers) from Bulgaria's Shiroka Laka festival. These Kukeri are used to scare away evil spirits.

source and tribe unknown . Please share if you have information about the origin of this cultural attire.

Metal charms on various Buryat shamans robes Irkutsk Regional Museum of Local Lore

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